Jeep's top-shelf Grand Cherokee SRT8 has been given the special-edition treatment, with new Alpine and Vapor models coming to Australia.
Strictly a styling and options enhancement, the two special-edition models are offered in Bright White (Alpine) and Brilliant Black (Vapor), both limited colours.
The big V8-powered wagons also add a 'black chrome' finish to the 20-inch split five-spoke wheels, and gloss black Jeep and Grand Cherokee badges are featured.
Both cars get gloss black grille inserts and surrounds, while the rear step pad and light bar have been given the same blackened treatment.
The theme continues with the SRT badge on the tailgate, with a black flag replacing the regular SRT8's red flag.
A dual panoramic roof is also featured, along with a 19-speaker audio system.
The Alpine and Vapor versions of the Grand Cherokee SRT8 are limited to 200 cars each. The Alpine is available now, and the Vapor will arrive in late January.
With the updated 2013 Grand Cherokee range on the way however, buyers might be better off keeping the cheque book properly stowed, for now.
Both variants are priced at $81,900 (inc GST and LCT, exc on-roads) - up from $76,000 for the regular SRT8 model.